Rick Marcel

Instrument
CR5 RADIUS Bass Guitar, NXT4 Upright Bass
Groups
Kool and the Gang, New Power Generation/ Prince, 'Lil Wayne, Isley Brothers, Deniece Williams and Solo Artist
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The NS CR5 RADIUS bass guitar has to be one of the most solid basses adn it always stays consistent live and in the studio.  The 18 volt pre-amp and piezo save my life so balanced and never hurts my back.  I never get tired with this bass.

—Rick Marcel

Rick Marcel was born in Rochester New York. He was given the gift to play at a very young age. At the age of fourteen he and his band “Radiance” played many adult venues… they were the youngest teenage act on the scene. He later moved to Houston and began his career as a session musician, playing on most of the Dirty South Hip Hop scene. He played for artist such as: The Ghetto Boys, Rap A Lot Records, Cash Money Records/ Juvenile, The Big Tymeres, Lil Wayne, Hot Boyz UGK, Pimp C, Slim Thug, and Solange Knowles. In 2010 Rick went back to the R&B and Jazz scene; while playing at local Houston venues and leading his own band; he received a call from Roman Johnson (band leader) of international artists the Isley Brothers who saw him on a You Tube video singing “Who’s That Lady. He was hired and toured with the Isley Brothers Group. Thereafter opportunity came again to play for Charlie Wilson and he joined Los Angeles Recording Group DW3.

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